The new hybrid “phygital” workplace: Balancing physical and digital workspaces

Elliot Felix
Founder & CEO
Robert Okpala, LEED AP

The pandemic has validated the work remotely/learn online model, but also highlighted the value of physical connection. In the new hybrid “phygital” world, some people meet together while others stay remote – and both need to connect, collaborate, and concentrate. Hybrid work models require more flexible policies, agile processes, smarter buildings, and better technology – and the ability to collect data and evaluate how hybrid work solutions and environments are performing. Session leaders identify best practices for creating engaging and equitable experiences in higher-ed, private industry, and government agencies -- including space usage, scheduling, norms, communications, technology, infrastructure, and operations.

Monday, October 11, 2021 - 8:40am-9:05am